Aquaforest Salts

13 days ago
Video tutorial showing how to prepare and use Aquaforest Salt: Sea Salt – designed for Fish only tanks – maybe with few soft corals inside Reef Salt – Great ...

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Hi! Today on Aquaforest channel I'm going to show you our main product - Aquaforest Salts
In Aquaforest offer you can find three
types of salts dedicated to different types of aquariums.
Sea Salt- designed for Fish only tanks, maybe with few soft corals inside
Reef Salt - Great chemical composiotion dedicated for mixed reef – for SPS and LPS corals.
Probiotic Reef Salt – designed for ULNS Systems – especially for sps corals.
Probiotic bacteria contained in the salt reduce the content of nitrates and phosphates
and prevents the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the marine aquarium.
If you want to know more about our Probiotic system
please watch our video named Aquaforest Probiotic Method
What makes our salts special?
All of our our salts are synthetic, under strict laboratory supervision to meet the highest quality standards.
Each product is prepared from carefully selected raw components in quantities proven to yield consistent composition.
Plastic lock
Our entire salt range is tested in batches with ICP-OES during manufacturing process. Test results processed since May 2017 are available online.
Cup to measure salt
How to use Aquaforest's salt
In 10L of RODI water dissolve one cup (375g) of salt
Water that will be used during the change needs to me pre mixed in external container
Mixing containter
After 15 minutes you can check your salinity
We recommend to use refractometers designed for seawater (marine) not saltwater.
Our salts are ready to use after 15
minutes and are fully dissolved
We recommend to do not store saltmix more than 5 days.
Especially Probiotic Reef Salt should be used within 24h after adding salt to the water.
How to switch salt from other brands to Aquaforest?
If you want to switch to Aquaforest salt we recommend to start by using our Reef Salt.
When you switch we recommend to make 5% water changes and observe your corals.
Remember to make change slowly
How to check your salt parameters?
Read batch number from under the lid
Read your ICP test results here
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